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Co-published with Latino USAIn this special preview episode of our new podcast series, famed reporter Ray Suarez tells the shocking story of how his illustrious career fell …

Co-published with Mother Jones. What does it look like when ordinary people are their own bosses?

Co-published with the Washington PostAs the pandemic forces a moment for professional reinvention, many people are discovering mentors aren’t just for newcomers in the workforce.

Co-published with palabraMore people in contingency work are feeling like borrowed tools, so it’s time to reset the rules of work.

Co-published with VoxCosmetology workers are reassessing their jobs, including the chemicals they’re exposed to.

Co-published with The GuardianA collapse in the number of dairy farmers in states such as Minnesota is destroying livelihoods and hollowing out rural life.

Co-published with SlateAt some point, I realized the goal was to make my job kill me slower.

Co-published with palabra. In the United States, we now have one pandemic for all Americans, and a custom-made disaster for Brown and Black people.

Co-published with The AtlanticImmigrant laborers have been dying tragic, sometimes grisly deaths on construction sites across the country. Their deaths tell the story of an industry indifferent …

Co-published with The New RepublicOn working amid paranoid customers, hungry shoplifters, sick co-workers, and people who just need a bathroom.

Co-published with The Guardian. As we near the first anniversary of the Covid shutdowns, we share the stories of five mothers who have been laid off, pushed …

Co-published with The Nation. In California’s agricultural heartland, farmworkers are fighting back against expensive rents, substandard housing, and economic disenfranchisement.

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